KXJZ's Acid Jazz draws from a rich palate of soulful and improvisational sounds, encompassing pioneering soul/jazz artists of the 60's & 70's along with the progressive vision of today's contemporary masters, such as DJ Logic, Charlie Hunter and Jazzanova. There's also a rich cross pollination with genres such as electronica, house, reggae, and classic R&B. Acid Jazz is a soulful, mind-expanding experience! Topics: KXJZ, Acid Jazz, jazz, funk, soul
The best ambient, electronic and experimental music from around the world plus occasional live performances from Bing Satellites and others broadcast live every Wednesday 8-10pm UK time on http://radio.electro-music.comPodcast and full tracklist available here and at http://www.bingsatellites.com/radio shortly after each show. Topics: Bing Satellites, radio
92.9 KICK-FM is the official audio archive of CKIC-FM, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Here we archive the best of the best from the KICK lineup, including Beer For Breakfast, Just For KICKs, The Bonus Stage and others.
Un programa de radio musicalmente incorrecto. Melódicamente tendencioso, de utópicos ritmos y contradictorias consonancias. De subversivas armonías, de cantos rebeldes y afinaciones cronopias. De sincopadas luchas y resistencias sonoras. De puño levantado y de oído atento. Detrás del nosotros estamos ustedes... y en muchos: la otra oreja. Topic: netlabels
Ranyati iti Ragah, the Spirit is a Raga. This philosophy of India and the 4000 years old music culture Ghandarva Veda, which keeps its substance till nowadays is being presented by the initiative IMC - India meets Classic. Topics: Raga, Indian music
Celebrating the innovative spirit of the Bay Area - we explore the people behind the ideas, what makes them tick, and why so many of them have come out of our beautiful area. Hosted by Ali Nazar. If you would like to contact the show, please feel free to email ali Topics: radio, KALX, interview
Hammond, Indiana natives Mark Mybeck and Phil Rapchak from local rock band Nomad Planets shine a spotlight on musicians from Northwest Indiana who write, record & perform original material. Listen to "Flying Around The Sun" on WJOB AM 1230 or www.wjob1230.com every Thursday from 9pm until 10pm central to hear tunes from local albums along with live, in-studio interviews and performances by local artists. Topics: Indiana, music, radio
DEAD AIR with Uncle John” “The airwaves will once again be anything but dead as the music of one of rock's most prolific touring acts, The GRATEFUL DEAD, are brought to you by GDRADIO.NET's own 'Uncle John'. Featuring live recordings, studio tracks, interviews and much more... Topics: Grateful Dead, Furthur, Jerry Garcia Band, The Other Ones, The Dead, Go Ahead, Ratdog, Phil Lesh,...
LA OTRA ORILLA was a radio show on air at www.radiodespi.com twice a week, on Sundays and Mondays, from 10PM to midnight (GMT+01:00), from October 2002 to July 2013. Since then, the broadcast of the show is daily from Sunday to Friday (11PM to midnight). You can also check the playlists at www.ZoneMusicReporter.com Topic: radio program
WUVT-FM (90.7 FM) is a freeform broadcast radio station located in Blacksburg, Virginia, serving Blacksburg and Montgomery County, Virginia. WUVT-FM is licensed to Virginia Tech and is operated by the Educational Media Company of Virginia Tech. Topics: radio, virginia tech
Click here to browse the collection by year. Hi! I'm Jesse Thorn. I created The Sound of Young America in 2000, as a college student at UC Santa Cruz. I produced the show for over ten years, and it great from college radio show into nationally-syndicated public radio program, making me wildly rich in the process. (Except the last part.) As of this writing (January of 2012), we're changing the show's name to Bullseye with Jesse Thorn. We'll still podcast the show for free, but I thought we'd...
Redeye is a weekly show broadcast on Vancouver Cooperative Radio, CFRO 100.5fm. The show has been on the air for over 35 years, providing high-quality public affairs and arts programming to people looking for a progressive take on current events. Topics: radio, public affairs
Difficult Listening is a weekly radio show broadcast from WRFN-LPFM (Radio Free Nashville) in Pasquo, Tennessee. The two-hour show starts every Sunday at 10 am Central time; the second hour of the show, archived here, is always about poetry. Sometimes I interview a poet, but more often I read from, and discuss, a recent book of poetry. The show can be streamed live at www.radiofreenashville.org. Topics: poem, poems, poet, poets, poetry, literature, Difficult Listening
Enjoy style, substance, and humor, as Joan Kenley takes talk radio to the next level with her radio show (previously titled Talking Matters). Take an adventure into the power of questions that wake you up and ignite your imagination with Joan, her co-hosts, and guests. Click for more information about The Joan Kenley Show.
River Valley Rhythms - serving the Connecticut River Valley around Middletown, Connecticut - where you can expect to hear from the region's artists, promoters, presenters, and arts organizations in a conversational setting along with occasional commentary and recorded music, hosted by Stephan Allison on non-commercial WESU radio at 88.1 fm and streaming at www.wesufm.org, every Thursday afternoon from 4 p.m. until 4:55 p.m. Tune in or catch up with archived shows at archive.org, simply enter... Topic: radio
Expanding the free market of ideas in news broadcasting, "Sounds Of Dissent" deliver under-reported news stories and seldom-heard voices from beyond corporate broadcasting´s constraints of officialdom. Weekly interview guests carry listeners outside the limited two-party system of electoral politics so heavily influenced by big business. We travel beyond biased U.S. State Dept. interpretations of foreign affairs. We examine the inconvenient facts with analysts, academics, reporters... Topics: Sounds of Dissent, radio, news, interviews
Natty aka Nate Ness Monster serves up tasty musical treats on Free FM 89.0 in Hamilton, New Zealand each Wednesday evening. He presents two radio shows, The Blues Room (9pm) and GO FEET! Radio (10pm) - New Zealand standard time. Tune in and get cookin' with Natty's Musical Sauce! Topics: music, newzealand, communityradio, ska, reggae, blues
GenderTalk is the leading worldwide weekly radio program that talks about transgenderism in the first person. Each week the show presents news, information, and exciting new voices that challenge the traditional view of gender, and more. Click here for more information about GenderTalk, as well as a comprehensive guide to related resources.
Radia is an international, informal network of Radio stations who produce, share and broadcast radio art works. Since it's inception in 2005 it has promoted a weekly radio art program, each station taking tuns in asking an artist of it's choice to produce a radio art piece to be broadcast in all the network stations. Besides this ongoing effort, Radia stations also participate and produce radio art programs in the context of festivals and other contexts. More can be found about Radia in... Topic: radio
JED is James E Dedelow, co-owner and morning host at AM 1230 WJOB in Hammond, Indiana. JED has collected many of his own shows, along with other shows at the iconic radio station and even some from other stations in northwest Indiana and the south suburbs of Chicago. Enjoy classic local talk radio. Topics: JED in the Region, Voice of the Region
NPO Radio 1 is a public-service radio channel in the Netherlands, broadcasting mainly news and sport. It is part of the Netherlands Public Broadcasting system, NPO. Topics: dutch, radio, netherlands, public access
This is a collection of radio interviews from Popuparchive and WFMT radio network. From Wikipedia: Louis "Studs" Terkel (May 16, 1912 – October 31, 2008) was an American author, historian, actor, and broadcaster. He received the Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction in 1985 for “The Good War”, and is best remembered for his oral histories of common Americans, and for hosting a long-running radio show in Chicago. Topics: studs terkel, radio, interviews
"Conversations about Gambling" has been broadcast on WUFO 1080 AM, from Buffalo, NY, 12:30-1:00 pm, every Monday since April 4, 2010. Its purpose is to educate and inform the community, and to encourage conversation on the subject of gambling, which has often been ignored, misunderstood, or blindly accepted - despite its increasing impact on the economic and social health of our communities. Our website, conversationsaboutgambling.org, provides basic information and links to related...
Bobbito Garcia a.k.a. Kool Bob Love shares stories and interviews guests while playing Latin, Nu-Jazz, Afro-beat, Rare Funk, Sweet Soul, Progressive Hip Hop, Soulful House, Roots and Balla... Mondays 2 - 4 PM ET
Comedy, interviews, sometimes a bit of music. Newcomers sometimes wonder how much of this show is a put-on. Answer: somewhere between all of it and none of it. Even Tedward isn't sure. Wednesdays 2 - 4 PM ET
Capital Public Radio serves Central California with in-depth news and information and music programs ranging from opera and classic jazz to indie rock and blues. Topics: Capital Public Radio, CPR Productions
Oskar Mann and his partner in crime, Old Chris, bring you the best in beat-ballads to boogie and all the truth in between. Home of '45 Fridays every 2nd show of the month, with 7"... Fridays 8 - 10 PM ET